Relating to the Celts or their languages, which constitute a branch of the Indo-European family and include Irish, Scottish Gaelic. Several archaeological cultures are considered Celtic in nature, based on unique sets of artifacts. The link between language and artifact is aided by the presence of inscriptions.
Oh, Glorious Sun Summer Solstice is right around the corner on June 21, 2019. Some of us may know this holiday by even older names like Litha, Midsummer, or Alban Hefin, and Utu Ri. By any name, it honors the longest day of the year in the Northern Hemisphere. Summer Solstice We’ve all had those
Why We Celebrate Beltane We celebrate Beltane as the time of the year that marks the beginning of summer. Commonly known as the first of May, it was a time for great celebration. This turn of the wheel was one of the most critical times for the pastoral people of the British Isles. While the
Sharing Our First Harvest August 1st marks the day we enter into the season of Lughnasadh. That means it is time to take stock of our first harvest. How will we be nourished spiritually by what our garden has grown? What life goals have you brought to fruition? With two more harvests ahead of
by Maeven Eller-Five As the Great Wheel turns again here in the Northern Hemisphere, Summer Solstice is upon us once again. This Thursday, June 21st, the sun reaches its’ zenith at 6:07 a.m. here on the East Coast. This is the exact moment when the Earths’ axis leans closest toward our planets’ star. It marks
Samhain/Day of the Dead Ceremony Please join us on Wednesday, Nov. 1st as we come together in ritual to remember those who have passed… We will gather in a unique ceremony, beautifully blending the ancient Celtic tradition of Samhain, with that of the Day of the Dead tradition of the Americas. This will be a